• Filezilla missing in Show applications


    Hi guys and girls
    I hope you can help me.

    Filezilla is missing from the applications menu, however, I can run it from the terminal by writing filezilla.

    Can anyone help get it back to the applications menu?

    I have tried uninstalling it, and reinstalling it, but didn’t help.

  • @allanhansen what desktop are you using? have you looked under all the menus to see if they put in different area?

  • @megaman I’m using Gnome 3.2.

  • @allanhansen are you able to search for it in the menu? im not running gnome but i think there is a search option at the top of the menu.

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  • @megaman no, that was actually my initial frustration, which led me to the applications menu.

  • @allanhansen have you tried restarting in between install. so install app and restart.

    never had this issue in gnome before.

  • @megaman just tried it, didn’t help thought.

    It is a strange issue.

  • @allanhansen that is very odd. hopefully someone comes along with a solution. there are also lots of ftp programs in the repos to choose from. just search ftp in pamac and see a whole lot of them. browser extensions ftp also with firefox and chrome. lots of options or just keep running from terminal which i like to do alot anyway with some of my apps.

  • then you’ll need to creat a .desktop file in /usr/share/application so the icon will appear when you look for it…
    I don’t use gnome, but i notice some programs (rare cases) doesn’t appear directly

    EDIT: it’s possible that your desktop is in /usr/lib/[your_app] like thunderbird… (when i have problems with some ICONS is because theur .desktop don’t exist in /usr/share/applications but are in /usr/lib/[application])

  • @megaman very odd indeed. But thanks anyways. I haven’t found a decent FTP client to replace Filezilla yet.

    @fernandomaroto thanks, I will try your suggestion tonight. I’ll let you know how it goes.

  • @allanhansen I am having the same problem as you (missing Filezilla icon), but I have an additional twist. I am running Antergos in a VM (VMware Workstation 12 Pro 12.5.2 build-4638234). I’m running Gnome 3.22.1-1. When I try to run Filezilla from the command line, the VM freezes and I have no choice but to power off/on the VM [yes, I have to follow Roy Trenneman’s advice from The IT Crowd]. Any suggestions on how to troubleshoot this issue?

  • /usr/share/applications/filezilla.desktop
    

    exists after installation…

  • @joekamprad I concur. I also have /usr/share/applications/filezilla.desktop:
    0_1489001627362_upload-c595f1d9-935f-4548-886a-c14f2d879faf

  • Sorry, i gave a “generic” answer since i don’t have filezilla installed here.
    I had to create a .desktop the way i described once, i was running gnome, to make the app appear in “dash to dock” bar and inside the “searching” mode…
    Specifically i made the shortcut to quickly launch “mate-panel” and worked…

  • Well, strange thing here - I also have the filezilla.desktop file, but still the icon/application is missing.

  • @allanhansen Weird…
    take a look here gnome if your .desktop has all the necessary specifications…

    Like this line:
    Categories=GTK;GNOME;Utility;

  • According to the link, it seems fine, but maybe there is something I’m not seeing. Here is my filezilla.desktop, can anyone see something missing?

    [Desktop Entry] 
    Name=FileZilla 
    GenericName=FTP client 
    GenericName[da]=FTP-klient 
    GenericName[de]=FTP-Client 
    GenericName[fr]=Client FTP 
    Comment=Download and upload files via FTP, FTPS and SFTP 
    Comment[da]=Download og upload filer via FTP, FTPS og SFTP 
    Comment[de]=Dateien über FTP, FTPS und SFTP übertragen 
    Comment[fr]=Transférer des fichiers via FTP, FTPS et SFTP 
    Exec=filezilla 
    Terminal=false 
    Icon=filezilla 
    Type=Application 
    Categories=Network;FileTransfer; 
    Version=1.0
    
  • @allanhansen well i don’t know how to help you further, a good tip is that you compare your filezilla.desktop with one that is working (appearing) fine in your gnome…

  • There is something wrong with the file [filezilla.desktop] from installation, i create a new one and it works…

    [Desktop Entry]
    Type=Application
    Exec=/usr/bin/filezilla
    Terminal=false
    Hidden=false
    Categories=Network;FileTransfer;
    Icon=/usr/share/pixmaps/filezilla.png
    Name=FileZilla
    

    There is also a tool to create this files Arronax

  • @joekamprad LOL, i’ll check this app, i’m using i3 and have to manually create (i made a script) the files… very usefull if works here…

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